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Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 11:30am EDT
. follow us at al jazeera.com. >>> in ukraine things sped past the stage where two groups of heavily armed men glare at each other of the now they are killing each other and eastern ukraine is looking more ungovernable. it's "inside story." ♪ music ] hello, i'm ray suarez, for weeks there has been little you could say about the situation in ukraine that would stand up for more than 24 hours. it's been a moving target. hard to predict and define. think, in five months it's moved from a tilt towards moscow in kiev to counterdemonstrations that pulled down the government of viktor yanukovych to a creeping russia, to the eruption of protests across eastern ukraine, to what we have today, a situation inching closer to all-out fighting to russian alined irregular forces and ukranian military forces. as uptions and storming the buildings spread, the kiev government threatened retaliation and publicly acknowledged it lost before the fighting began. when the ukrainian government fought back, russia, a foreign country, warned ukraine about trying to reoccupy its open government buildings on its ow
CSPAN
May 2, 2014 12:00pm EDT
you think we could help them just to have free elections in all of ukraine with this situation? >> if i may say? >> yes. >> i believe that we can do very little about eastern ukraine because, of course, the security situation will decide about possibility to have any kind of elections there or not. in my opinion, in fact, it is one of the targets that kind of hidden intervention not allowed to have elections at all than to have a kind of pretext to question the results of elections in general. but in the rest of ukraine, it has been already decided that there will be a lot of observers from european institutions. in fact, i don't have any doubt that we can expect fair elections. >> yes. right here the gentleman and then the lady behind him. >> hi, i'm ira >> gorbachev did raise the question shouldn't russia join nato also, and james baker pooh-poohed him, and anytiming having made a mistake, james baker later regreated that and -- regretted that and said he should have engaged gorbachev on that question. one of the first acts of the yeltsin government in december 1991 was to ra
PBS
May 8, 2014 5:00am PDT
ukraine my name is x thomas gibbons i was just at the frequencies available at starbucks site. first you wake up call. the security status of ukraine confront the fact of exchanging three offices of the special unit to call for the so called governor of the donetsk region. look over it. this security agents but kept it helps him sleep nights meanwhile ago but it was about sixteen minutes into the net much the separatist cause the overthrow of the government and the siege of the ministry to build decks. moscow repeated this in mind it is for these according to an odd that the so called people's may yet get to stop when the mighty oak. he's already in that time too. this security service of ukraine also reported that all commentaries on in a safe place. the upside is apparently taking measures for them and these awful presents. the situation and sometimes kiss very tense and out of government agencies and departments are not operating in the city. this was reported by connex could do no administration saturday's captured the buildings are open to look on course to pension funds
PBS
May 5, 2014 5:00am PDT
. the second of may has become a tragic day for ukraine. at least twenty nine people died and the sub district of positions and flying into local laborers union office. also during de counter operations finance can come up with at least eleven wickets to them. a ukrainian pilots of the helicopters that fly sheets by a portable air defense system. today morning was announced for the victims had died during the tragic events in the best of the anti operations the acting president of channel to express his promises to families and relatives and stressed the need to make correct conclusions from the tragedy that occurred primarily due to external provocations those responsible for organizing and provoking piece events will be punished promised a chain of kelso said that the military would suspend the law enforcement will continue to fight against terrorism and bandage tape of peace and calm in our country. as a result of conditions and trying to hustle a beginning and skin and then some. twenty six people killed and more than two hundred and ask for help to medical institutions to damp do
PBS
May 2, 2014 5:00am PDT
country special by the priest ukraine. when m is a dental medical and watches as if it was his and i love a lot of upside to this day dot com. russian special services are responsible for the class quiet and to keep my dom think that is not that easy the rest of the security and defense council and ukraine or is that in this way the kremlin is getting ready for the may holidays. so they decided to start from the ideal picture on the fence is in the capital of ukraine. maybe for a column starts this was supposed to reach the parliament of ukraine still the self defense by just stayed until late the block to devote to find out in front of the decades according to witnesses they still explosives and file expected just into the crowds some of the activists brain come across that nutcase mosques on an almost obvious in their hands up to go see since the disappearance and its brutality much as i opened it he says and will be laid from pentagon. the event was a nice shade it's just a memory of the heavenly hundreds by that fact of ukraine and the ruling organizations to my guns self defense
PBS
May 3, 2014 5:00am PDT
out to be afraid to vehicles. it is part of ukraine and on its forces to onions. todd pearson soldiers of the state guard to the crane were brought to the center of kiev to practice possible katrina administration buildings. was added in a light color promptly and cinemas in years that we can narrate his object of sitting protection delivered on the nod on hickory and how quickly we can play some darts and waking email to be speaking this was due to appear more work than i have it. it was about to do more damage to gain information about changes in the center of kiev was contradictory. the exact location and time are kept secret even the residents of them i done this on defense were not informed under the rain stopped it was it nobody coordinate attendees who was asked for us it isn't yours. when it is necessary to selfish as his address us but sometimes it is a project to do is tell me to be at least one technologies and we also carry out certain actions as when we need to walk a little odd for the police and pro ball as the services. the situation to get it all remains under
PBS
May 1, 2014 5:00am PDT
nod to the special but the price ukraine. like maybe six of us can beans. i was just at the frequencies available at some website recently dot com people in masks will not impose their will on the bus this was bad but then that's gotten us any tattoo. she commended on yesterday's events in donetsk when a crowd oppression fight this with clocks and buys attacked a peaceful demonstration to the nineties ukraine. people that situation when it is dangerous to walk around the stage with national symbols on acceptable. he also promised complete medical aid still below the casualties. i was hounded the site of yesterday's break up of demonstration mesa paradise police fines they will only effect of the participants of this and that would integrate showed ukraine have an opposite to find a few people are outraged with day in eighteen eighty lb line placement agents. what surprised me most was that police heading in that. there were many of them actually disparaged and let them attack ads. there are like that lets me sleep eat and watch everyone teen beat and led the police were doin
CSPAN
May 6, 2014 11:00pm EDT
also want to thank this committee for its bipartisan legislation for its support and people of ukraine and many visits many of you have made. i hope collectively we can answer your questions here, senator corker and layout a strategy. when i testified before the subcommittee on april 10th i laid out four pillars of u.s. policy to address challenges in ukraine. supporting ukraine and reassuring nato allies and creating costs for russian behavior and keeping the door open for deescalation through diplomacy. collectively we'll speak to all of those things today. what i want to focus on are the events since the last diplomatic encounter which is the russia slr ukraine meeting in geneva and crucial 19 days from now until the may 25th presidential elections in ukraine. for a quick reminder about the commitments made in geneva. at its core, it was kind of a grand bargain that offered amnesty and deep and broad decentralization of power to ukraine's regions through national dialogue and constitutional reform if and as pro-russian separatists ended their violence and left sized buildings and ga
Bloomberg
May 28, 2014 10:00pm EDT
charlie rose on assignment. we begin with the elections in ukraine. pro-western billionaire petro poroshenko was elected by a larger margin on sunday. this is after a protest ousted victor yanukovych from office. russian president vladimir putin expressed support saturday saying he would respect any choice made by the ukrainian people. joining me now from washington is victoria nuland, the assistant secretary of state for european and eurasian affairs. welcome. tell me. there was the election in ukraine. it has enormous importance for ukraine. what does it have for u.s. ukraine wrote -- relations? >> it was a spectacular day for the country to go out in force and to say to their government and to the world that they wanted the future that is democratic, unified, rooted in europe. in terms of the u.s.-russia relations ship, i think time will tell. the president of russia said that you will risk that the result and work with whoever elected. it will be good for russian relations with the rest of the world. time will tell. >> he snatched away crimea. that seems not even in question a
PBS
May 28, 2014 12:00am PDT
who is away on assignment. we beg with a discussion of ukraine. tonight is victoria nuland, assistant secretary of state a for european and eurasian affairs. >> po chen co will have to demonstrate he is ready to change the way ukraine has done business, not only for the imf but for all of the people who went out to vote for him, and that's going to be the number one thing that people of all generations in ukraine are going to expect. and particularly the younger generation that led this effort. they are just sick of the country being ripped off and they are going to hold him to account. >> we continue the conversation on ukraine with fiona hill, steve kotkin and thomas graham. >> we have a very difficult situation in ukraine. par chen co has some form of legitimacy but him being able to put together a policy to bring together the various segments of ukrainian -- of the ukrainian and get a national consensus which is needed in particular to undertake the very difficult economic reforms i think we are going to have to wait and see. it is too much early to declare this crisis over and ce
CSPAN
May 2, 2014 4:00pm EDT
ukraine. reminder of how situation has become. expansion of militia activities and ongoing siege is a public buildings by unidentified armed groups undercuts the letter and spirit of the 17 april geneva statement. are therefore urging all sides to exercise maximum restraint and appeal to those with grievances to voice them peacefully so as to avoid bloodshed. we call for all parties to expect -- respect ukraine's sovereignty. secretary-general once again calls on those responsible for the capture and detention of military monitors and the company ukrainian staff to release them immediately, unconditionally, and unharmed. statecretary-general of says this is the only way out of the crisis and both sides must redouble their efforts to revitalize the spirit of compromise during the geneva talks. you,ly, it as i informed given the deteriorating situation in the country, the secretary-general has asked me to go back to key of next week. -- kiev next week. immediate return to dialogue. thank you. >> i want to thank him for his briefing. i give the floor to the members of the security counci
PBS
May 4, 2014 5:00am PDT
is part of ukraine and armed forces trained snipers and soldiers of the state guard to the crane were brought to the center of kiev to practice possible katrina administration buildings. i didn't realize how promptly answer no the thing is that we can arrange it is the option of sitting next to the dark on the dog. ukraine has given how quickly we can place the guards and wake in real time speaking this was going to do more work than i have it. it was about to do more damage from the beginning information about trains and a center of kiev was contradictory the exact location and time are kept secret even the residents of them i done this over the fence were not informed and the rain stopped it was it. nobody coordinate detainees who was asked for us it isn't yours. when it is necessary to sell patients has addressed us but sometimes it is they forget to do was tell me to be at least what i know it is and we also carry out certain actions as when we need to walk a little odd for the police and for all as a services. the situation in the ticket seller man's under control state of t
PBS
May 7, 2014 11:00am PDT
renewed fighting year so don't get eastern ukraine where kremlin backed insurgents are battling ukrainian troops for control of the bridge and separatism occupied since early april according to french defence ministry a group of insurgents unsuccessfully attempted to leave the city. the latest development comes four days before temperatures in the region plan on holding a local referendum on recognizing that kidnapped the region a republic and a day after videos posted to the internet announced the arrival of russian cossacks and chechen fighters in the region the united states european union and japan have declared the local plebiscite which will be held in ukraine to logan's can get that province's as illegal and bogus us secretary of state john kerry and eu foreign policy chief catherine ashton have called the margin leaders to stop fomenting unrest in the region. the diplomat said russia would potentially face further sanctions if it interferes with ukraine's national elections scheduled for may twenty fifth japanese prime minister shinzo ave has again urged russia to respec
Bloomberg
May 28, 2014 8:00pm EDT
. welcome. tell me. there was the selection in ukraine. -- there was the election in ukraine. >> it was a spectacular day for the country to go out in force and to say to their government and to the world that they that ishe future democratic, unified, rooted in europe. in terms of the u.s.-russia i think timep, will tell. the president of russia said that you will risk that the whoevernd work with elected. it will be good for russian relations with the rest of the world. tell.ill >> he snatched away crimea. that seems not even in question anymore and there seems to some extent to be a retreat. his popularity has shot up through the roof. he has one on has terms, has he not? >> i don't think it's wise for anyone to get in the head of president putin the given what has happened just in the last four months. let me take issue with one thing you said there with regards to crimea. states nor most of the civilized world has recognized what russia did in crimea. we still respected. the tm territorial integrity of ukraine -- we still respect the territorial integrity. that will continue. w
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 12:00am EDT
, the united nations security council held a meeting on russia's intervention in ukraine and the recent violence there. we heard remarks from u.s. ambassador samantha power but begin with comments from the israeli ambassador -- ambassador. this is about an hour and a half. >> it has to do with the punitive military operations with the use of terrorists from the co-fascist right sector as well as other national -- organizations against their own people in ukraine. the subunit of the ukrainian force is using tanks and other -- and other heavy artillery. striking protesters and entrenching fighters. misadventures are not quickly stopped than the cottage gothic context cannot be avoided. punitive measures against their own people, to carry out its obligations under the geneva ss to the inability or lack of desire to carry out its obligations under the geneva declaration for a swift halt of all violent and launching a broad, national dialogue with regis and political forces. if anyone is doubting, now today it is definitely clear that the begineclarations need to nationwide dialogue t
Al Jazeera America
May 22, 2014 5:00pm EDT
. as we get closer to national elections in ukraine, the struggle for the eastern part of the country continues armed men are killing each other, and it's unclear how much the leaders in kiev or moscow control the action. it's inside story, next. hello, i am ray swarez. when the former left his country, and headed to russia, the parliament quickly seated a new team, and called elections for may. russia plucked crimea from ukraine, and called the new government in kiev illegitimate, not one that represented the countries people. carriesion that carries the potential for the country to make a fresh start to suddenly looking fragile. >> killing at least a dozen troops and wounding more than 33. >> we destroy add check point, the fastest ukrainian army deployed. seven it happened 20 miles south of done necessarying. a city that declares independence from ukraine earlier this month. and in the town just outside shelling destroyed several homes. residents complained, about being caught between the troops and rebel cross fires. what can i say about these people that shot at us. what can i te
LINKTV
May 12, 2014 8:00am PDT
. >> as eastern ukraine residents vote in favor of self-rule in a hastily organized referendum, could ukraine down the? edge of disintegrating we will speak with russian expert stpehen cohen. the world health organization declares a polio emergency. >> the director general has declared the spread of wild polio virus today 2014 a public health emergency of international concern. 74 cases of polio due to wild polio virus so far this year. 59 of those cases have been reported from pakistan. >> we will look at the link between the outbreak of polio in the cia. polio has been on the rise in pakistan ever since the cia ran a fake vaccination scheme to track down osama bin laden. we will get the latest on the nearly 300 girls kidnapped in nigeria. all of that and more coming up. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the boko haram has released a video showing the first images of the kidnapped nigerian schoolgirls since their abduction nearly one month ago. close to half the nearly 300 girls are seen on the tape, chanting what appears to be a ver
PBS
May 7, 2014 5:00am PDT
to special by the crazed ukraine. when m is a gentleman and talk. what's this and that the quince is available at the website chris cain dot com. another confrontation ended as of today. so what is on the beach a nice effect is to try to capture the building of the local police station where they kept abolish seventeen detainees of the recent tragic contestant events. twelve o'clock and if you want to identify what was supposed to take decisions on the percussion match at five am. but the rest of the testers block to the courthouse and the new optimism based on data density apartment the ministry of internal and passed away at the detainees should have been transported i guess until around one thousand of people. they blocked out the windows and pressed hard hitting question into our that antichrist tried to set them on ym megan wanted to release everybody at the police did he looks around five in the evening dave least ten different schools and restless let's call him decide while. this to be recalled and the second of may has become a tragic day for ukraine. several dozen of people
PBS
May 6, 2014 5:00am PDT
you when eye. watching it with the stars. a special interest ukraine. when emma's it all the tempo. what has been since the bow at the website chris cain dot com. another confrontation ended as of today. so what is of the detainee says it is to try to capture the building of the local police station was a captive all attention detainees of the recent tragic death in to bounce around twelve o'clock. that's what was supposed to take decisions on a precautionary step of them. that being the center tested up to the courthouse and. the based on the dance department the minister of internal attacks whether detainees should have been transported i guess they don't want thousands of people the block to the windows and a spot in the placement of our honor to christ and tried to set them on by hand megan wanted to release an abiding. we used each year with the five indicating tables least ten different kind of restless legs. in the sun while. this is called and the second of may has become a tragic day for ukraine. several dozen of people fled skillet and neatly one hundred seventy when hosp
PBS
May 6, 2014 8:30am PDT
to speak. following a council of your committee meeting the meeting also attended by ukraine's acting foreign minister and rapists to the tennis match in geneva on april the seventeenth. when the deal struck to ease tensions in ukraine collapsed there are thirty foreign ministers in attendance. this meeting. ukraine the stillman eighteen proceedings. latest news regarding was the pianist is the residence of stocking up on food and wall to separate is to reinforce the positions that checkpoint leading into the top. we'll be back later to hear what the russian foreign minister sergei lavrov has to say on the situation in ukraine. i think be buried their dead in a dance to the festivals of forty funerals of nice deep red russian support is killed in a building on last friday has been taking place. laura plunder the next few days ago when the tourists to see many hidden in the kiev government of making a peep at the deseret news each other to live with me they don't give it one night so we must kill one another watch him but you can google that we try and support each other while w
Al Jazeera America
May 23, 2014 3:30am EDT
crimea from ukraine, and called the new government in kiev illegitimate, not one that represented the countries people. carriesion that carries the potential for the country to make a fresh start to suddenly looking fragile. >> killing at least a dozen troops and wounding more than 33. >> we destroy add check point, the fastest ukrainian army deployed. seven it happened 20 miles south of done necessarying. a city that declares independence from ukraine earlier this month. and in the town just outside shelling destroyed several homes. residents complained, about being caught between the troops and rebel cross fires. what can i say about these people that shot at us. what can i tell my son about the people and whey that do. power to ukraine? can i say that? i don't understand it. >> the escalating regional instability comes just days before ukraine's first presidential election, since former leader victor january no coif itch was ousted in february. >> particularly in the east. >> we understand there will be attempts to try to wreck the elections. we have strengthening law enforceme
PBS
May 2, 2014 11:00am PDT
ukrainian military ship is attested in recent days that it has lost control of parts of east ukraine back to front his talents in its new warning that the country is going through its most danger is ten days since it gained independence in nineteen ninety one ukrainian authorities accused moscow of courtney's unrest in east ukraine and called on the kremlin to pull back troops from the russian ukrainian border. i was. he should get a better deal wrap the middle ages the job i work with the pitocin with reasonable. i was in the day with no nothing. i won. on my blog. let's look at all. he did. that big. it was. twenty one. one new one. yesterday the eastern ukraine sparked an armed separatists has led to divide among donetsk president speaking those who want a referendum and joined the russian federation and those who did not speak but we just thank the eleventh of may but the russian protesters has provoked a variety of opinions from locals. silica mud the news is you never predictable as the freedom should be held to the people contented themselves caught in a system that country has got
PBS
May 8, 2014 11:00am PDT
. ukraine has dismissed as they are russian president for the record was made seventh appeal for moscow to pro russian separatist in eastern regions to postpone a referendum on independence. i called the midst of protest to postpone the plebiscite called from eleven in logan's given a region more than a dozen cities there had been invaded by kremlin backed insurgents given through sunday poll to the illegal following putin's remarks ukraine's prime minister art studio tool expressed surprise that ukraine's internal affairs had been discussed with the ukrainian participation he said he hoped the organization for security and cooperation in europe and its proposed roadmap to ease tensions between russia and ukraine which reeks like ukrainian idea not just torture law yes you reiterated that the kremlin has so far refused to fulfill the promises made in geneva on april seventeen to de escalate tensions by withdrawing russian special services unit fomenting unrest in the mouth nato secretary general anders for the region has again called on russia to stop supporting the protest in ukraine a
CSPAN
May 23, 2014 10:00am EDT
elections in ukraine set for this sunday may 25. citizens will vote for the successor to a place be ousted president that fled to russia back in february. topic expected to be discussed include involvement in ukraine, security concerns during the election and policy implications with the u.s.. let's go to the coverage under way right now on c-span2. >>> [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> good morning ladies and gentlemen. welcome to the heritage foundation and the louis lehrman auditorium and welcomed to those of us joining on the heritage.org website. we would ask everyone to be so kind to check cell phones as we check that they have been turned off and i guess our panelists will address the fact that we can thank president putin for discussing ukraine as the lead into the panel. the post this morning is helle dale for public diplomacy for ththe sarah allison center for falling national security policy. she focuses on the government institutions and programs for strategic outreach to the public countries as well as more traditional dipl
PBS
May 28, 2014 4:00am PDT
>> narrator: tonight on frontlintwo battle zones. first, on the ground in ukraine, with both sides of the conflict. (gunshots) ukrainian nationalists... and russian separatists... (chanting) >> narrator: james jones documents the resurgence of old hatreds in the battle for ukraine. and later tonight, our unprecedented reporting from syria continues... uncovering how the united states is secretly arming and training the rebels. >> whatever is being done here is fully inadequate. without the united states, they're basically finished. >> narrator: correspondent muhammad ali investigates. tonight, two new reports, one exclusive hour of frontline. >> frontlinis made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. and by the corporation for public broadcasting. major support for frontliis provided by the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation. committed to building a more just, verdant and peaceful world. more information is available at macfound.org. additional funding is provided by the park foundation, dedicated to heightening public awareness of
PBS
May 6, 2014 5:30pm PDT
ministers hold talks in vienna with russia and ukraine taking part. stanford is still holed up in the eastern ukrainian town of slowly on the spine to be funding the cost of the good ones. i will bring you the latest on that get us in the trial brother. thanks to a collector of ideas. you're welcome. we are efforts to resolve the crisis in ukraine philippine foreign ministers including those from russia and ukraine held the council of europe meeting in vienna today to talk about ways to de escalate the situation russia's foreign minister sergei lavrov says he's open to another round of talks but only if pro russian rebels from eastern ukraine can take out the gemini for an answer from up there steinmeier is leading the push for dial up after the first attempt in geneva a few weeks ago fell short. steinmeier traveled to vienna on short notice to push for a fresh peace talks warning that ukraine was on the verge of war. the german foreign minister met his russian counterpart sergei lavrov and the ukrainian foreign minister. earlier at a meeting of foreign ministers from the council of e
LINKTV
May 30, 2014 2:00pm PDT
monitors have been detained in eastern ukraine. >> ukraine's gas supply keeps long for now as kiev says a payment to moscow of $750 million is on the way. >> in india, outraged after the hanging of two girls after they were gang rate -- gang-raped. we start in ukraine, where there are growing concerns another european observer team has been detained in the east of the country. the organization for security and cooperation in europe says it has lost all contact with team of four observers. >> this comes after a separate team of observers went missing on monday. it is believed they are being held by separatist rebels. despite the volatile situation in eastern ukraine, the government in kiev says it is making progress towards regaining control. fighting has left its mark in eastern ukraine. a mortar attack tore through the walls of this hospital friday morning. kiev has vowed to press ahead with its military offensive until peace and order have been restored. >> our military units have removed separatists from the southern and western parts of the donetsk region, as well as from northern par
PBS
May 5, 2014 11:00am PDT
. ukraine's prime minister or sending it to him has ordered an investigation and cleared the regional police. ukraine is on high alert amid fears that russia elements been staged for the competitions during the whole the main road into sloppy aunts has been cut off but the ukrainian army is to use continues to try to quell the progression of my students that played on sunday. ukrainian forces took control of the main road into the besieged city putting more pressure on the pro russian rubles have occupied government buildings there for weeks. residents of school the ons said they believed the ukrainian army is preparing to storm the city and flush out the reports. ukrainian prime minister are steady at two new cats accused russia of organizing the unrest in small kiosk and other eastern ukrainian cities and says it is part of moscow's plan to destroy ukraine and destroy the state the us. the news for new england. like skiing the day. republican. it's huge. i was. eye. great news for new england. green security service says the two minute recruits from all that was mostly backed breaka
CSPAN
May 24, 2014 2:00am EDT
. please join me in welcoming helle dale. [applause] >> we are here to talk about the ukraine and today we will be looking at the elections in the presidential elections coming up on sunday. these are quite contested, it is a subject that are three analysts who cover from a number of perspectives, one of which i am sure whether they will take place at all. there are some in the ukraine and in eastern ukraine the first speaker is going to be janusz bugajski. he is welcomed and it is great to have you back. >> thank you for having me. >> janusz bugajski is a jack of all trades and he has his own television show. the janusz bugajski show. and he has written no less than 19 bucks on europe, russia, and the trans-atlantic relationship. and i would just give you the title of his most recent book his most recent one is conflict zones, the western balkans compared. in our next speaker will be ariel cohen. he is the senior research fellow in russian and eurasian studies and international elegy energy policy and national defense policy here at the heritage foundation. ariel cohen has served
PBS
May 2, 2014 8:00pm PDT
he was. eighteen years in ukraine a large fire started in the grass in the southwest of the country killing more than thirty people on the one holding emergency meetings of violence cannot stay just ahead. german chancellor merkel in dc for me. adverts none in an nsa spying. a report on the agenda between the two world leaders. the us become a nation of pill popping children will look at the issue of over medicating our kids later the cap. fans i can to begin with breaking news this evening in on the site in south western ukraine has been killed in a large fire connected with the brass band. the numbers can vary the local police tell the associated press that more than thirty people are dead after local trade union house without a place to be getting the midst of a standoff between ukrainian government supporters and antique and activists. today was marked by violence between those and get protesters in ukrainian military in fact at least three ukrainian troops and two antique its fighters were killed after the government launched a military assault on the eastern city of swansea as
CSPAN
May 1, 2014 3:00am EDT
ukraine, not with u.s. lng but with world source lng. hasstate department repeatedly inserted that it's for helping option ukraine in the near term because lng exports are such a long way away. i'm going to have a conversation about that when i finish with you. but while this is true, it's my that ukraine has been in discussions with at aboutone u.s. company constructing an lnger the natural in the ukraine and --nging turkey is denying access to the passage lng tankers. the state department view of this. and what are your thoughts on this? a when we talk about lng as solution, i don't think it's a solution for all problems. we're not the only supplier. there are others and in fact some of the european countries that are localing lng terminals in contact with other supplies for more immediate gas. as far as ukraine, we've had for quite aation while. about the interest in ukraine to lng facility, and it's not necessarily to build a bring in at's to floating lng facility, a boat that would come online. it's a little different. the concern and what's blocking said in the black sea, is
PBS
May 2, 2014 5:30pm PDT
. fighting in the south of ukraine in the key port city of odessa which has avoided any violence up until now. the reports of as many as thirty people dead in a fire in the port area dozens of injuries there as well the situation remains volatile and ideas today for the first time ukrainian ministry forces moved against pro russia militias in the east is his heels of yet two minutes the helicopter went down to as there were a number of casualties. we will be going online. the reason for not to tell as kiev moves to restore its control in the contested areas. there are questions about by elections later this month and of international diplomacy can pull this country back from them in a village near donetsk residents blocked the path of ukrainian army tanks. he demanded the soldiers turned back can go home. he has launched a major operation to re gain control that separate is held areas. but so far the effort as bogged down in resistance and disarray since libby and the separatist militia prepared for an assault by the army. it's unclear how much of the city government troops have captured
CSPAN
May 2, 2014 10:00pm EDT
. president, the situation in ukraine has. it in the past few hours. launched forces have have continued to seize public buildings and cities in eastern ukraine. the prosecutor's office is even occupied by the militants. they killed the two crew members. the osce military observers are still illegally obtained -- detained. we are deeply concerned by all these developments which further deteriorate the delicate situation in eastern ukraine. we strongly condemn the violence and by armed securities call for the appropriate response by the ukrainian forces. put our fullhould support behind the good officials of the secretary-general in resolving the crisis in ukraine. mr. feldman is going to ukraine. i call on all the council members to trust him and to give them the means and the political backing necessary to conduct a meaningful mediation in ukraine and the region. of any other council members on the crisis will not solve the ukrainian conflict. a dialogue that only by the ukrainian people on the the geneva treaty and there was a strong commitment for those who have influence that need to en
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 1:00pm EDT
the stories we are following right now. it is the end of 8 days of captivity in ukraine. >> plus a landslide wipes out a village in afghanistan. >> plus a teen found live in a wheel well of a plane flying to hawaii. >> european mediators held captive in yukdz for the last week are freed. this while the ukraine military regains some of the government buildings in theest>> and loses area and the ukraine officials are blamed for the violence in odessa and left 30 people dead. >> day two of the military offensive by the ukraine governments and focussed on ten miles south and we have seen is clearing away the roadblocks and headed to the center of town. a couple of us bes and taxis are burned out. it said it was controlled and localized. by aside for the combat here, we have also seen some good news from a humane tarn point of view. a group of observes have been released today. we met them on the road at the point where we saw them fall into the relieved arms of theiral colleagues. on a roadside they embraced freedom with a sense of relief. a handover bringing the end to the 8 days of c
Al Jazeera America
May 19, 2014 3:30am EDT
want to pick a side in the ukraine story, pick a channel. there is something for everyone. protesters in thailand want just one side of that story told. so they have given journalists marching orders. we will drill down into the coverage of the economic story in greece where the media are a battleground. and, the joy of selling out. ♪ i need the money ♪ week. >> with troops occupying the region president vladimir putin saw him greeted as a hero. the date, the anniversary of the end of world war ii was significant because back home, on russian television screens, putin's policy in ukraine is depicted as a valiant stand on behalf of russian speakers there against the same kind of fascism russia fought in the second world war. in fact, 300 of the kremlin's favorite journalists have medals to show for their work on the ukraine story. >> kind of coverage has been dismissed as propaganda in the west. but you don't have to go all the way to moscow to find biased journalism that reflects and even parrots what domestic political leaders are saying about this crisis. on the ground, ukraine
Al Jazeera America
May 2, 2014 12:00pm EDT
the german response to the crisis in ukraine. our libby casey is there right now. libby set the stage for us. are expectations for this meeting between these two leaders high? >> well, del, i wouldn't say they are high, but it is a pivotal moment and an essential time when these two leaders want to show unity. they have different agendas, but when they come out here, expect to see them try to speak with one voice. ♪ >> reporter: president obama and chancellor merkel will meet for four hours at the white house. >> merkel and obama will say publicly will be we have to go together and when it comes to ukraine we have to work together to put more pressure on putin. but the interests are different. >> reporter: the latest round of sanctions by the u.s. and european union stopped short of hitting russia's oil and gas industry. trade between the two countries amounted to $100 billion last year. >> we work very closely with russia. we are to some extent even dependant on russia gas, so for that reason we are hesitant to put more pressure on russia. >> reporter: foreign policy analyst
Bloomberg
May 27, 2014 2:00pm EDT
"bottom line." today, the pain president strap -- the ukraine resident cracks down. a new kind of heroine. we will look at action years meant to empower little girls. to our viewers here in the united they than those of you joining us around the world, welcome and happy tuesday. full coverage of stocks and stories making headlines today. yang yang with details on china's move on as a notch, trying to present country, and addiction to russian energy area we begin today with ryan in the fledgling days of the ukraine new president. good evening, ryan. ukraine resident length as not have much time to celebrate the voters choice ukrainian -- ukrainian troops, not just the wayne graham troops, a helicopter gunships as well, as they said back then there were, fighting heavily with rebels. they killed 30 rebels so are. it has not then without him than your and server body here in europe follows on the dense as they lost contact with a team of logical of their view will also in the east of the ukraine. all of this is coming just after russia warned ukraine and not to initiate military out
PBS
May 2, 2014 8:30am PDT
and soviets. as a pro russian red alien intensify life in eastern ukraine the government in kiev introduce a compulsory team that reached at this. subway trains collide in south korean capital seoul. leaving dozens injured. just two weeks after betty sign in the country's worst disaster in twenty years. ukrainian forces of motion operation against pro russian separatists and the rebel stronghold of two against two ukrainian helicopters that can choke down with two pilots killed and another injured according to the defence ministry in kiev russian tv show these pictures of it that hard at the party injured and captured. the ukrainian security service as shoulder launched anti aircraft missiles to be news to proving the pro russian forces include foreign trained specialist cover up that this rebel claims the separatists eight the injured miners are now holding he was abandoned by his colleagues command says the two piece pistol and ran away. ukraine's interior minister says toby and surrounded pro russian separatists to set up barricades on the outskirts of the town. within the sov
Bloomberg
May 5, 2014 5:00am EDT
>> kiev loses control. fighting grows across the ukraine. fears of another russian military intervention. a clean break. announces a three-year bailout program without a safety net. good morning to our viewers in europe. good evening to our viewers in asia and a very warm welcome to those just waking up in the united states. my colleague is off today. she will be back tomorrow. we're live from bloomberg's european headquarters right here in london. let's start with the main story of the day. the conflict in the ukraine is escalating. violence is spreading across the country. president obama and german chancellor angela merkel warned that they're ready to impose more measures against russia. isthe phone from moscow bloomberg news reporter henry meyer. walk us to the events and let us know what is happening. >> in the last hour, the russian news service, interfax, has reported that ukraine's essential government has resumed military operations in the city vyansk. that could provoke a russian response. they have talked before about how they're concerned about the ukraine's mili
CSPAN
May 25, 2014 7:45am EDT
shinseki, later, the ambassador to ukraine will give us the latest on the elections in that country and what it means moving ahead for the u.s. insia, and europe. you are watching and listening to "the washington journal." back in a moment. ♪ [video clip] >> i focus on trying to stop waste, catching people who did it in the past. go out, figure it out, handed up, say it is 50%, 30%, 60%, we are spending a lot of money and my staff time -- staff time could be better spent trying to find and identify problems and correct them. i ask you -- has the american people got their money's worth? >> their full money's worth? no, definitely not. beensome good things have done. a lot of good things. we have a lot of hard-working at the department of agriculture, interior, people from the department of commerce, a lot of people have devoted their lives and energies over there. but have we gotten the biggest bang for the buck? no. that is what we find all the time. poor planning, poor execution. sopko, as taxpayer general, and how american dollars are spent. tonight at 8:00 on "q&a." movementeople i
PBS
May 1, 2014 11:00am PDT
recover assets stolen from ukraine the country's economy has taken a turn for the west amid the turmoil of recent months which mechanic to be to abandon the presidency and need to rush to the international monetary fund has decided to extend to kiev to seventeen point one billion dollar bailout package but it hinges on the government bringing in sweeping reforms including hikes in taxes and energy prices. i am. cz . you know eastern korean squad armed separatists has led to divide among donetsk residence between those who want a referendum and joined the russian federation to those who did not vote which is planned for the eleventh of may but the progress of protesters has provoked a variety of opinions from locals. so the conductor ms is intimately pm the referendum should be held to the people can determine for themselves what kind of a system that country is a daunting the parliamentary presidential own regional system and we can elect a leader is present all the pollen and get outdoors to the page again today but beyond that the bubble problem which the lawsuit in us law. i
LINKTV
May 27, 2014 3:00pm PDT
on ending the war and disorder and bring peace to ukrainian land, to united an integral ukraine. >> as ukraine alexa new president, dozens of pro-russian rebels have died in heavy fighting with ukrainian forces for control of a crucial airport. could sunday's election help resolve the conflict or is this just the beginning of a protracted crisis? then, massacre in santa barbara. >> why did chris die? chris died because of craven, responsible politicians and the nra. they talk about gun rights. what about chris's rights to live? when will this insanity stop? >> santa barbara is grieving after a 22-year-old man killed six college students, just after he posted a misogynistic video online bowing to take his revenge on women. the massacre prompted an unprecedented reaction online with tens of thousands of women joining together to tell their stories of sexual violence, harassment, and intimidation. yesallwomen had gone viral. we will speak with rebecca " men, author of explain things to me." this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. a calif
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